Turing’s Connectionism: An Investigation of Neural Network Architectures (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science)

Turing’s Connectionism: An Investigation of Neural Network Architectures (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science)

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Christof Teuscher revives, analyzes, and simulates Turing's ideas, applying them to different types of problems, and building and training Turing's machines using evolutionary algorithms. In a little known paper entitled 'Intelligent Machinery' Turing investigated connectionist networks, but his work was dismissed as a 'schoolboy essay'and it was left unpublished until 1968, 14 years after his death. This is not a book about today's (classical) neural networks, but about the neuron network-like structures proposed by Turing. One of its novel features is that it actually goes beyond Turing's ideas by proposing new machines. The book also contains a Foreward by B. Jack Copeland and D. Proudfoot.

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